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Pedaling Against Hunger: Bad Weather, an Abandoned House and a College Town (Best of 2011)

Pedaling Against Hunger: Bad Weather, an Abandoned House and a College Town (Best of 2011)

We at TSD are celebrating the end of 2011 with the year’s best posts. It’s been a year filled with great stories and strong opinions, always reflecting the best of the First State.  ORIGINAL PUBLISHING DATE: June 17, 2011 Editor’s Note:  Justin Field,  UD Class of 2011,  embarked on a TSD-sponsored…

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Justin Field’s Pedaling Against Hunger

Justin Field’s Pedaling Against Hunger

Editor’s Note: Wilmington native Justin Field is a 2011 Honors graduate of the University of Delaware and currently a medical student in Philadelphia. This summer, Justin completed a TSD-sponsored bike ride from Dewey Beach to San Francisco to raise money for the Food Bank of Delaware, a journey which readers followed here…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: Wrap up

Pedaling Against Hunger: Wrap up

Editor’s Note:  Justin Field,  UD Class of 2011,  embarked on a TSD-sponsored  bike-ride across America to raise money and awareness for the Food Bank of Delaware. This is a wrapup of his story which read his last entry, click here. After leaving Lake Tahoe, I just had a few climbs left.…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: Mode of Transportation

Pedaling Against Hunger: Mode of Transportation

Day 41: Hanksville to Boulder Mt. Today was another day of incredible riding through the otherworldly Utah scenery. We started out in middle of nowhere Hanksville and rode through the Capitol Reef National Park. The park got its name from the huge domes of white stone that are common formations…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: From Moab to Green River

Pedaling Against Hunger: From Moab to Green River

Day 38: Moab Rest Day We decided to stay in Moab for an extra night, since we had people there to give us the grand tour of town. Moab is a tourist center, and people come from all over the country and the world to see the rock formations at…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: Taking the Highway

Pedaling Against Hunger: Taking the Highway

Hotchkiss to Colorado National Monument: (July 7th) We got up and headed down route 92, heading downhill for 20 miles (we were leaving the mountains) to Delta, C. After chowing down in a Safeway grocery store, we continued to Grand Junction on highway 50, a four lane divided road. The…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: Over the Mountains, into the Canyon

Pedaling Against Hunger: Over the Mountains, into the Canyon

  Day 33 (cont.): Bamboo Riders I walked into the hostel and the first person I saw was a guy I had rode with during one of the days I was in Kansas. Marc is part of a team of four cyclists riding bamboo bikes across the country. They are…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: Catching Up in Colorado

Pedaling Against Hunger: Catching Up in Colorado

Editor’s Note: Justin Field, UD Class of 2011, embarked on a TSD-sponsored bike-ride across America to raise money and awareness for the Food Bank of Delaware. This is an update on his progress as he travels through Virginia. To read his last entry, click here. Days 28-33: Through the end…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: Beating the Heat

Pedaling Against Hunger: Beating the Heat

Editor’s Note: Justin Field, UD Class of 2011, embarked on a TSD-sponsored bike-ride across America to raise money and awareness for the Food Bank of Delaware. This is an update on his progress as he travels through Virginia. To read his last entry, click here. Day 27:  Hesston to Larned…

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Pedaling Against Hunger: Kansas Isn’t Flat

Pedaling Against Hunger: Kansas Isn’t Flat

Editor’s Note: Justin Field, UD Class of 2011, embarked on a TSD-sponsored bike-ride across America to raise money and awareness for the Food Bank of Delaware. This is an update on his progress as he travels through Virginia. To read his last entry, click here. Day 26: Pittsburg to Eureka…

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